According to City Councilman, Rusty Hardin, son of Ed Hardin, Jr., nephew of Clay Jennings, this house will not be torn down. I suggest you get in touch with the Claiborne County Hospital to find out what is planned for the Carson Rose house if your interested.

Middlesboro Daily News, 11 June 1934, page 1:

Middlesboro Daily News, 11 June 1934, page 1:

Carson Rose Dies Sunday


W. Carson Rose, 35, well-known Claiborne county man, political leader, and member of the prominent Rose family in the county, died last night about seven o'clock, at his home in Tazewell, after an illness of sixteen weeks. Mr. Rose had undergone an operation for appendicitis over three months ago, and complications resulted which finally resulted in his death.

Surviving are his widow, Irene Atkins Rose (1896-1981), postmistress of Tazewell Post Office, one daughter, Miss Norma Jean (Rose) Ault, (Who dedicated the property for the Rose Park above) his mother, Mrs. Ida Rose, and one brother, Everett Rose, all of Tazewell. ATKINS DATABASE with much information of Samuel Atkins who built and owned Atkins Mill in Lone Mountain.
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Middlesboro Daily News, 12 June 1934, page 1:

Rose Funeral is Held Today

Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 p.m. for Carson Rose, prominent Tazewell business man and political leader, who died Sunday night at 11 o'clocl. The services were held at the residence with burial in the Irish cemetery.

Mr. Rose, who was 36, was distributor in this section for the Gulf Refining Co. He was a member of the Claiborne county school board and the county election commission.

When he was in St. Mary's hospital in Knoxville a few days agao Gov. Hill McAlister visited him there. Mr. Rose was in the hospital from February 17, when he had an operation, unto May 28.

Surviving are a widow; daughter Norma Jean; mother, Mrs. Ida Rose, and brother, Everett Rose, all of Tazewell.
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The Pinnacle News, Middlesboro, Kentucky, 7 May 1918, page 4 (About People): Carson Rose, of Tazewell, is here today.

Middlesboro Daily News, 7 March 1932, page 3 (Locals): Miss [sic] Carson Rose and Miss Ruth Phillips of Tazewell, were shopping here Saturday.

Middlesboro Daily News, 27 March 1933, page 3 (Locals): Mrs. Carson Rose, and daughter, Norma Jean, and Miss Celia Breeding, Tazewell, attended the show here Sunday.

Middlesboro Daily News, 20 April 1933, page 3 (Locals): Other out of town visitors and shoppers were Mrs. Carson Rose, Tazewell; Miss Hael Hulton, Prof. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, Harrogate, Mrs. Dana E. Drinnon, Powells Valley.

Middlesboro Daily News, 3 May 1933, page 3 (Locals): Other out of town visitors and shoppers in the city yeasterday included Mrs. T. L. Burchett, Loyall, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fugate and son Harry, Mrs. Carson Rose and Miss Celia Breeding, Tazewell; Mrs. Walter Blessing and Mrs. A. D. Yeary, Ewing; Mrs. Veal Cooper, Barbourville and Mrs. Bessie Griffin and daughter, of Corbin...

Middlesboro Daily News, 9 May 1933, page 3 (Locals): Other out of town people here yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rosenbalm and Mrs. Josie Hill, Capito; Mrs. L. A. Hall and daughter, June, Tinsley, Ky.; Mrs. E. W. Silvers, Fork Ridge; Miss Cora Harber, Shawanee; Miss Saluda Sewell, Jonesville; Miss Lucile Payne, Lone Mountain and Mrs. Carson Rose and daughter, Norma, and Mrs. Fielden McNeeley, of Tazewell...

Middlesboro Daily News, 12 May 1933, page 3 (Locals): Shoppers from Tazewell in the city yesterday included Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bolton and daughter, Mrs. Kellogg Sharpe, Mrs. Carson Rose, and Mrs. Fielden McNeeley...

Middlesboro Daily News, 10 July 1933, page 3 (Locals): Among shoppers in the city Saturday from Tazewell were Mrs. Thornton Whitaker and little daughter, June, Mrs. Carson Rose, Mrs. Fielden McNeeley, Mrs. Bess Whitaker....

Middlesboro Daily News, 26 September 1933, page 3 (Locals): Mrs. Carson Rose, Mrs. W. H. Epps and Miss Celia Breeding were among Tazewell shoppers in Middlesboro Saturday afternoon.

Middlesboro Daily News, 2 December 1933, page 3 (Locals): Other out of town visitors here yesterday were Mrs. E. J. Hardin, Jr., and Mrs. Carson Rose, Miss Nannie Hurst, Andy Hurst, and Miss Jean Foley, Tazewell, Tenn...

Middlesboro Daily News, 21 December 1933, page 3 (Locals): Shoppers in the city yesterday from Tazewell were Mr. and Mrs. Carson Rose, Mrs. W. H. Epps and her mother, Mrs. William Farris, who is visiting her from North Carolina, and Miss Flo Evans...

Middlesboro Daily News, 6 April 1934, page 3 (Cumberland Gap): Dr. J. H. Morison [sic] was called to Knoxville yesterday to see Carson Rose who has been a patient in St. Mary's Hospital for six weeks and is seriously ill.

Middlesboro Daily News, 19 January 1935, page 6 (Locals): Other Friday visitors in the city [Middlesboro] were Mrs. W. F. Varden, Burbourville; Misses Charlene Goforth and Rose French, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McCordock, Earl Hobson Smoth and Mrs. J. D. Alexander, Harrogate; Mrs. Tom Maxwell, Cumberland Gap; Mrs. V. V. Bowden, Pruden, and Miss Cleo Mountain, Mrs. T. F. Breeding, Mrs. Irene Rose and Miss Jennings, Tazewell...

Middlesboro Daily News, 11 May 1935, page 3 (Locals): Other out of town visitors in the city yesterday were Professor Rosenbal, Jonesville; Miss Minnie Osborne, Rose Hill; Miss Eula Vickers, Elys, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ritchie and Mrs. Nut [sic] Richmond, Eqing, Va.; Mrs. J. R. Tuggle, Barbourville; Miss Gertrude Vonnable, Miss Leo Bolton, Miss Beth Mason, Mrs. Alvis Cawood and Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Irene Rose, Mrs. Oris Shrpe and Norma Rose, Tazewell; and Miss Ann Roan, Mrs. S. W. McClelland, Mrs. Joe Carr, Judge Charles Bull, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith, Mrs. Jons and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, Harrogate...

Middlesboro Daily News, 13 June 1936, page 6 (Ewing): Mrs. Harry Austin, and two daughters, Marth Jo and Mary Nell, of Georgia, spend Monday with Mrs. D. V. Richmond... Mrs. Carson Rose, of Tazewell, Tenn., was the guest of Mrs. R. D. Fugate, last week.

Middlesboro Daily News, 16 August 1939, page 3 (Locals): Mesdames Nelle Fergason [sic], Frank Baker, Marie K. Henton and H. E. Vernan attended a funeral in LaFollette yesterday... Among the out of town visitors in Middlesboro yesterday were Miss [sic] Irene Rose, Tazewell, Miss Dorothy Galloway and Ben Polsgove, Pineville, Misses Thelma Howard and Joyce Fore, Harlan, Mrs. Ola Hallen, Jellico, and Mrs. Sago D. Redmond, Cumberland Gap...

Middlesboro Daily News, 11 September 1939, page 3 (Locals): Among the out of town visitors in Middlesboro Saturday were Miss Olga Chadwell, Ewing, Va., Mrs. Irene Rose and daughter, Tazewell, and Miss Katherine Saylor, Pineville...

Middlesboro Daily News, 10 December 1941, page 5 (Tazewell News): Mrs. Irene Rose, Mrs. Fielden McNeeley and Miss Lizzie Mae Morley spent Monday in Knoxville shopping...
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Middlesboro Daily News, 8 April 1925, page 1:

Lone Mountain Man Slain by Rose Who Intervened in Quarrel to Help Brother

Clay Jennings Shot and Killed by Carson Rose when Row is Started Over Check

Clay Jennings of Lone Mountain was shot and instantly killed at 12 o'clock today by Carson Rose. Jennings and a brother of Rose, Everett, were having some difficulty over a check when Carson Rose interceded for his brother. Carson Rose had turned and was walking away when Jennings turned and hit him in the head with a chair. Rose instantly turned and fired one shot which penetrated the heart of Jennings, causing instant death. It was stated by the sheriff of Claiborne county that Jennings was drinking at the time of the shooting. Rose was released upon a $2,500 bond and will have a preliminary hearing on the 18th of this month.
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Middlesboro Daily News, 27 November 1926, page 1:

Killing Case in Continued

Carson Rose to Trial Next Wednesday.

Tazewell, Tenn., Nov. 27 -- In circuit court here Wednesday the case of Carson Rose, charged with the killing of Clay Jennings at Lone Mountain more than a year ago was called and continued until Wednesday of next week, at which time Judge J. H. Buttram declared that it would be tried without further delay. The case was continued on application of the defense owing to the absence of Will Coleman, of counsel for the defense.

Dewey Whitaker, charged with carrying arms, submitted and the court imposed a fine of $50 and costs and six months imprisonment in the county jail.

Thomas Reece admitted to a charge of possessing a still, and the jury imposed a fine of $300 and costs, with no imprisonment.

Gilbert Bray, about 16 years old, submitted to a charge of housebreaking and petty larceny and was ordered by the court to be sent to the agricultural training school at Nashville for a period of two years.

Levi England was aquitted on a charge of posessing a still. Dewey Williams received a short sentence in prison for stealing chickens.

Judge Buttram declares that he is going to clean up the dockets at this term and he has the hearty cooperation of the state's attorney, Jesse L. Rogers.
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Middlesboro Daily News, 29 November 1926, page 1:

Expect Verdict in Case Shortly
Claude Myers on Trial in Tazewell Now.

Tazewell, Tenn., Nov. 29. With the verdict in the case of Claude Myers, charged with the murder of Marshall Dunn expected shortly, Judge W. H. Buttram presiding, says court will continue until the docket is cleared.

Myers it is charged killed Dunn during a Christmas program at the Cawood school in Speedwell last year. The state's witnesses in the case were heard Friday with the witnesses for the defense on the stand today. The case is being bitterly fought with W. T. Coleman, C. W. Montgomery and Attorney-General Jesse L. Rogers representing the state and Wm. I. Davis, J. R. Ketron and J. R. S. Morison [sic] for the defense.

Roscoe Williams charged with the murder of George Arnold in Mingo Hollow four years ago was aquitted.

The case of Chloie [sic] Martin who faces trial for murder of his wife and mother-in-law early in September is expected to come up this week as will also the case of Carson Rose charged with killing Clay Jennings at Lone Mountain more than a year ago.
==
Middlesboro Daily News, 9 March 1927, page 1:

Rose Boys Out On Bond
Preliminary Hearing on Murder Charge to be Held Saturday.

Carson Rose and his brother, Johnnie (J.W.) Rose, of Tazewell, who were arrested last Saturday and taken to Maynardville on charge of complicity in the murder of Lacy C. Blackard, of Knoxville, at Bull Run, in Union county, one night last week, were released on $5,000 bonds Monday. Their preliminary trial will take place next Saturday.

Another man, who was said to have been inplicated with the Rose Boys, has not been arrested yet.
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Middlesboro Daily News, 11 March 1927, page 1:

Tazewell Boy Admits Shooting
Claims He Fired Upon Blackard in Self Defense.

Maynardville, Tenn., Mar. 11 - Schultz C. Robinson appeared today at the office of the sheriff of Union county and surrendered to Sheriff A. A. Sexton, stating he had been advised that he was wanted on the charge of murdering Lacy Blackard on the night of March 3, 1927, at Ball Run Creek, in this county. He denied that he was guilty of any offense, stating that he did what he did for his own protection.

He does not deny shooting Blackard but states that he was being attacked by Blackard in such as manner as to justify him in firing the shot.

The sheriff went with Robinson to the office of Justice of the Peace J. S. Graves, who allowed him bond in the sum of $5,000, and the bond was executed by friends here.

Justice of the Peace Graves had allowed the other defendants, Johnny and Carson Rose, bond, and, in allowing Robinson bond he declared his intention of not making any difference between individuals in this matter. The preliminary trial of all the defendants is set for Saturday before J. S. Graves here at Maynardville.
==
Middlesboro Daily News, 7 January 1933, page 3:

Kentucky-Tennessee Farmers Have Banquet Here for Farmers W'house

An elaborate banquet wasenjoyed by sixty farmers of Claiborne, Lee, Hancock, and Bell counties, at Mother Horr's last night, which was tendered for the Farmer's Central Warehouse, Inc., of New Tazewell, Tenn. Honor [sic] guests of the occasion were buyers for the tobacco companies who are represented at the warehouses of New Tazewell.

The banquet was an elaborate turkey dinner, with table decorations consisting of tobacco leaves and yellow flowers. The bread was baked like tobacco twists.

Carson Rose, of Tazewell, presided as toastmaster. W. B. Fugate, of the Middlesboro Hardware Company, greeted the guests on behalf of the business men of Middlesboro, and extended a welcome in the name of the mayor and the clubs of Middlesboro.

Attractive prices were given away, with each guest present receiving something. The Commercial Bank & Trust Company presented each man with a knife, the Middlesboro Hardware Company gave valuable souvenirs. The grand prize was a brass tea kettle which was drawn for. The tea kettle finally went into the possession of Deputy Sheriff Frank Riley, who was among the entertainers for the tobacco buyers. A pair of Blue Bell overalls was also presented to each man, by the Blue Bell Overall factory.

A good many of the buyers were called upon to make a few remarks, and the banqueteers thoroughly enhoyed the speeches, which sparkled with jokes.

Mrs. Frank Riley, sheriff of Claiborne, and two or three other ladies, relatives of the buyers, were also guests of the occasion.

The following is a list of the people present at the meeting:

C. R. Heaton, Hazelhurst, Ga.; H. D. Hart, Lexington; N. Y. Brown, Nashville; W. E. Taylor, Warsaw, N.C.; Dick Rogers, Cairo, Ga.; Garrett King, Cynthiana; K. Walter Jones, Springfield; H. R. Rogers, Wallace, N.C.; J. D. Rogers, Cairo, Ga.
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Middlesboro Daily News, 23 April 1951, page 3:

Junior Soldalitas Club Holds Tea Here Saturday

CUMBERLAND GAP, Tenn., Apr. 23 - The Junior Sodalitas Club of Tazewell, received the Sadalitas Club at the Cumberland Mountain Hotel Saturday afternoon from three to five o'clock.

The guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Dave Lipton and Mrs. Douglas Overton, and were received into the dining room by president, Mrs. Imogene Riley, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Octavia Welch and executive board member, Mrs. Otis Hurst and Mrs. Tom Carney.

Pouring at the beautiful laid tea table were Mrs. Will Fugate and Mrs. William Alford.

At the piano, Mrs. James Stanifer, accompanied by Mrs. Glenn McCollough, Mrs. Lynn Stanifer and Mrs. James Yoakum, who sand many delightful solo and duet arrangements.

Entertaining the guests in the dining room were Miss Gloria Giller, Mrs. Frank Fugate, Mrs. O. R. Tarwater, Jr., Mrs. Harry Fugate, Mrs. Jake Hill, and Mrs. Wayne Russell.

The capacious dining room afforded a lovely setting for the most enjoyable reception.

Guests during the afternoon were Mrs. Lawrence Russell, Mrs. Kyle Kivette, Mrs. Lawrence Ault, Mrs. Dana Drinnon, Mrs. Glean [sic] Yoakum, Mrs. Paul Lewis, Mrs. General Goffey, Miss Edna Trittt, Mrs. Fielden McNeeley, Mrs. Leonard Carr, Mrs. Mont Carr, Miss Lola Montgomery, Mrs. James Kivette, Mrs. Hugh McNeeley, Mrs. Carson Rose, Mrs. John Davis, Mrs. James Greer, Mrs. John Davis, Jr., Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Cleeber Chumley, and Mews. Lon Francisco.
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Joe Payne (http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~smokymtnman/gulf/gulf2.html) published letters from his uncle discussing Carson:

L.G. Payne, Jr.
100 James Blvd. Apt. 317E
Signal Mountain, TN 37377
lgpaynejr@juno.com

Joe, both Helen and I remember the location of the filling station [Rose Gulf Service Station] as it was in 1935. Of course, it was not as clean and colorful looking as the picture you show. At that time, Jimmy Greever, a nephew of Dr. Carr's wife [actually son-in-law of James Carter Carr], operating the station and Rufus Noah worked with Jimmy Greever there. We never knew that Carson Rose had anything to do with it. Do you remember Caron Rose's age, etc.? You will probably remember he married Irene Atkins. In a fight back in early 20's, he and Clay Jennings had in Lone Mt., Carson shot and killed Clay. Later in Tazewell, Carson was killed by someone at the moment I can't remember who...maybe a Robinson or ???(Uncle was wrong here. As you can see Carson died after a long illness) Sorry, my memory is getting worse daily, but I keep trying. I believe it may have been a Shultz. Glad to know the Court House register was Estes...Ross...Thanks

LGP


Joe Payne
925 Woodview Lane
Knoxville, TN 37909
JPayne5744@aol.com

Lon Yoakum was born in 1892 in Claiborne Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Jossie Schultz who was born about 1895 in Claiborne Co. This is the sister to Ms. Lizzie Schultz Robinson who married Sterling Robinson. They had two son[s] Schultz Robinson and Haydad Robinson. My mother, Edith Payne, Robert Payne's wife, and my Grandmother Birdie Phillips were sitting in a car on the street of Tazewell. They heard shots and got out of the car to see the aftermath of a shooting. Caywood Rose had killed Schultz Robinson. Later Shultz's brother Haydad killed Caywood Rose.

That was a great story during my early life. Caywood was a special friend of ours in our early years. Marrying Salley. He and Claude Overton, who was a son of Judge Overton, who lived there in Tazewell next door to the old Tazewell Payne Motor Company. Claude dated Helen Payne...he was quite a drinker...but back to Caywood. Helen roomed with Salley and Caywood when she first came to Tazewell in 1934 to be a caseworked to the poor and lived at the old Shell Hotel, where many of the TVA workers also lived. I had heard that Caywood was killed but couldn't remember the details. As I heard, he died while he was working in the garage on a tire and whoever it was came in and shot him. Hadad was about Mildred's age and very good looking man. I think Mildred may have had a few dates with him in the late 1919 periods. She graduated from high [school] I believe in about 1918 or -19. All the Robinson men where handsome as I understand it. If you look at the record you can see that Clay Jennings was born in late 1880's probably,(Robert Clay Jennings was born Dec. 16, 1897 and was married to Virginia Williams. He was the son of Frank Jennings and Eliza M. Payne. He had two children Liza Jennings and Clay Jennings) and he was killed by Carson in some sort [of] argument they had at that time. I don't know the details, but I was a youngster and can remember when it happened in early 1920's, I believe, much earlier than Caywood's death. Mattie and Eva where his sisters, who later went to live with our uncle Ben Livesay. Ben was married to Donna, the oldest daughters of Aunt Eliza, hence the close relationship with the Livesay’s and Aunt Eliza's family. Homer was a twin son of Aunt Eliza. His twin died in childbirth I believe. Homer and Tip Payne were about the same age. After Eva married a Goodman and moved to Knoxville, Homer went to live with them and worked in a shoe shop in downtown Knoxville, probably owned by Goodman, where he was a leather salesman. More later about the tragedies in family. Hope all is well with you. Had note from Pat which I will try to forward later tonight or tomorrow. I have some legal copywork to do later this evening. More later.

Love Uncle Fate

I have been corresponding with Shane Rose of Knoxville, Tennessee regarding the events that took place between the Robinson and Rose family sometime in the late 1930's. If you would like to read some of these emails plase access them by CLICKING HERE or emailing Shane at rosebrother@comcast.net

1930 Census, Tazewell, Claiborne County, Tennessee, CD 1, ED 13-2, SD 7, page 151b, dwelling & family 51:
Rose, Carson, head, rents home for $20, male, 31, married at 22, manager, Gulf Oil Station, own account, veteran or World War
___, Irene, wife, female, 33, married at 24
___, Norma G., suadhter, female, 7, single, in school
Church Street. Enumerated 30 April 1930 by E. H. Yoakum; all white, literate, speak English, born in Tennessee, parents in Tennessee unless noted.

Prominent Tennesseans, 1796-1938, pp. 265-266:
ROSE, MRS. IRENE, Postmistress at Tazewell, Tennessee. Born at Lone Mountain Tennessee on December 10, 1896 of Scotch-Irish ancestry to John H. and Laura Breeding Atkins. Paternal grandparents were Dr. Samuel and Malissa Walker Atkins; maternal grandparents were Wesley and Margaret Johnston Breeding. Educated in the public schools of Claiborne County, Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee, 1916-1917. Member of Methodist Church; Democrat; Eastern Star; Sodalites Book Club; National League of District Postmasters. Mrs. Rose became acting Postmaster of the Tazewell, Tennessee office on January 15, 1934. She received her commission of permanent appointment also. Prior to her appointment to this position, she was engaged in the teaching of music at Lone Mountain, Tennessee. She has for many years been actively engaged in club and civic work which has made her one of the leading women of her county. She has been outstanding in the political affairs of her county for the past several years. The receipts of her office have increased more than tweny[sic]-five percent since she came into office and her efficient service and courteous treatment of her patrons have made her one of the most popular officials the office has ever had. She married William Carson Rose on October 1, 1921, who died on June 10, 1934. She is the mother of one very talented daughter, Norma Jean, aged 16. Her husband was a soldier in the World War, service in the Officers Training Camp at Lincoln Memorial University. Her grandfather Atkins was a medical doctor in the U.S. Army during the Civil War, serving for the full duration of the conflict. [PAW note: No evidence of service has been found.]

February 14, 1946

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 Mariah ROSE 

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 26 

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Census Place

District 7, Lone Mountain, Claiborne, Tennessee

 

Family History Library Film  

1255247

 

NA Film Number  

T9-1247

 

Page Number  

162A      

 

1900 Claiborne County Census

Name:

George W. Rose

Home in 1900:

Civil District 7, Lone Mountain, Claiborne, Tennessee

Age:

30

Estimated birth year:

abt 1870

Birthplace:

Tennessee

Relationship to head-of-house:

Head

Spouse's name:

Ida W

Race:

White

 

Name

Age

George W. Rose

30

Ida W Rose

20

Katie Carpenter

11

John Collins

20

 

 

 

1910 Claiborne Census

Name:

Ida N Rose

Age in 1910:

30

Estimated birth year:

abt 1880

Birthplace:

Tennessee

Relation to Head of House:

Head

Father's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Mother's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Home in 1910:

Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee

Marital Status:

Widowed

Race:

White

Household Members:

Name

Age

Ida N Rose

30

W. Carson Rose

11

John W. Rose

8

Henry Evertte Rose

6

 

 

1920 Claiborne County Census

Name:

Ida Rose

Home in 1920:

Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee

Age:

40 years 

Estimated birth year:

abt 1880

Birthplace:

Tennessee

Relation to Head of House:

Head

Father's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Mother's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Marital Status:

Widow

Race:

White

Sex:

Male

Home owned:

Own

Able to read:

Yes

Able to Write:

Yes

Household Members:

Name

Age

Ida Rose

40

John W Rose

17

Henry E Rose

15

 

1930 Claiborne County Census
Name

Age

Charly B Rose

55

Flornce Rose

45

Thomas W Rose

21

George C Rose

19

Fred C Rose

18

Cleo I Rose

16

Albert G Rose

14

Paul H D Rose

11

 

 

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Household:

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Relation

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Gender

Race

Age

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Occupation

Father's Birthplace

Mother's Birthplace

 John ROSE 

 Self 

 M 

 Male 

 W 

 31 

 TN 

 Farm Laborer 

 TN 

 TN 

 Nancey ROSE 

 Wife 

 M 

 Female 

 W 

 23 

 TN 

 Keeping House 

 TN 

 TN 

 Asey M. ROSE 

 Son 

 S 

 Male 

 W 

 3 

 TN 

  

 TN 

 TN 

 Mira ROSE 

 Dau 

 S 

 Female 

 W 

 1 

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Source Information:

 

Census Place

District 7, Lone Mountain, Claiborne, Tennessee

 

Family History Library Film  

1255247

 

NA Film Number  

T9-1247

 

Page Number  

163C    

 

1910 Claiborne County Census

Name:

Andy Rose

Age in 1910:

22

Estimated birth year:

abt 1888

Birthplace:

Tennessee

Relation to Head of House:

Head

Father's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Mother's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Spouse's name:

Fannie

Home in 1910:

Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee

Marital Status:

Married

Race:

White

Household Members:

Name

Age

Andy Rose

22

Fannie Rose

24

Ben L Rose

7/12

1920 Claiborne County Census

Name:

Andy J Rase
[Andy J Rose] 
(Correction in Census to Rose)

Home in 1920:

Civil District 4, Claiborne, Tennessee

Age:

31 years 

Estimated birth year:

abt 1889

Birthplace:

Tennessee

Relation to Head of House:

Head

Spouse's name:

Nannie

Father's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Mother's Birth Place:

Tennessee

Marital Status:

Married

Race:

White

Sex:

Male

 

 

Able to read:

Yes

Able to Write:

Yes

Household Members:

Name

Age

Andy J Rase

31

Nannie Rase

32

Lorena Rase

10

Charles C Rase (Charles Cawood Rose)

8

Ida J Rase

2 5/12

1930 Claiborne County Census

Name:

Nannie Rase
[Nannie Rose] 
(Correction to Census to Surname Rose)

Home in 1930:

District 6, Claiborne, Tennessee

Age:

39

Estimated birth year:

abt 1891

Birthplace:

Tennessee

Relation to Head of House:

Head

Race:

White

 

 

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Household Members:

Name

Age

Nannie Rase

39

Lawence Rase

20

Cawood Rase

18

June Rase

12

 


 

Name:

Frank P Evans

 

Home in 1930:

District 3, Claiborne, Tennessee

 

Age:

63

 

Estimated birth year:

abt 1867

 

Birthplace:

Tennessee

 

Relation to Head of House:

Head

 

Spouse's name:

Ollie A

Name

Age

 

Frank P Evans

63

 

Ollie A Evans

43

 

Imogene T Rose

23

 

Thomas J Rose

21

 

 

 

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