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Dancyville is a special place to me. My father, D.A. Clark was born there. It was my favorite
home away from home when I was growing up. Sadly, most of the persons I knew there are
all gone, but their memories still live with me. For the last few years, encouraged by my cousin,
Robert Haralson, I have researched my family roots. I have one person that I need information
on - John Sears, b. 15 Apr 1818 in Bougtham, North Hamptonshire, England. d. 29 Dec 1851
in Haywood county, Tenn. His line dead ends at this point. Maybe someone has some
information concerning him?
David A Clark Jr.
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My grandfather pastured the Dancyville Assembly of God church from 1986 to 1988. His name is
Rev. Charles Stribling. He recently passed and as I was going through some old photos I came
across some from Dancyville.
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Anderson Blackwood 1814-1895
Sidney Blackwood b. 1838
Any documents available?
CHARLOTTE W. GUYOT
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I attended Dancyville Elementary 1st -3rd grade
1966-1968-69. My grandparents were share croppers on Mr.
Louis Wilkerson Farm. My grandfather was William Watson
and Revie Hayes Watson. I'm interested in finding
pictures from when I attended the elementary school. My
teacher was Mrs. Lela Mae Haley. I would love to find
her or some of her family. She had such an impact on my
life. She crocheted me a hat when I was in third grade.
I remember my grandfather taking cotton to be ginned at
the gin in Dancyville. I remember Mr. Herbert Martin ran
a store there. His son Eddie Glen Martin is my pastor at
Christ Church in Brownsville. My father Ray Watson
worked for the Beard Brothers from Dancyville building
houses for many many years. Mr. David and Mr. D.H.
Beard. My father was very close to Wayne Beard. I
attended the Assembly Of God Church, sometimes with my
childhood friend Betty Martin. Such wonderful childhood
memories. Where would the school records be now from
I enjoy the site.
Donna Watson Marbury
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I am very excited to find your page. I have several ancestors who are buried in your Cemetery.
Robert Caldwell, Frederick Caldwell, Lovick Jones and more. Would love to visit and pay respects
and plan to do so very soon. Frederick Theophilus Caldwell was my Great Great Grandfather.
Karl E Fowler
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I have been walking down memory lane; schoolmates, teachers, friends and landmarks
that shaped our lives; and tears shed for fond memories that can't be erased.
Faye Bendall Porch
Good to see Dancyville, Tennessee and my home church Dancyville C.M.E. on the
internet. It would be nice if the picture was updated. And the cemetery.
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I really enjoy getting to share in the information posted on this site.
Thanks for all the contributions...
Margaret Ragland Loveless
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Descendant of the Rhea family, but my mother added
an "h" to my middle name changing it
from Abram Rhea's original spelling. I enjoyed the information on the Rhea family, and I
sent you an e-mail to see if you have any additional information.
James Abrahm Allford
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My brother Matt Dancy was driving from Nashville to Memphis and, yes found a
town called Dancyville. Rumor has that we are somehow connected to the Dancys
of Tennessee. Did the Dancys of Tennessee start in upstate New York?
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Thank you for putting my mother's obit on your page, Val Rucker Routon.
She loved your family.
Stephanie Routon Tayloe
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Greetings! I write on behalf of my husband, Chuck Green, whose 4th
g-grandmother, Nancy Ragland Cross, was sister to Frederick Barham
Ragland, buried in your church graveyard. The Raglands removed from
Chatham County, N.C. and I have a good deal of history on the related
families. I am originally from Dyersburg and have Scallion cousins in
Brownsville. Chuck & I look forward to paying our respects to his
ancestors this spring during our Dyersburg visit. We would love to hear
from any of our cousins.
Robin Evans Green
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