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Location: Mulberry Tennessee

Biographical Sketch of S.A. Billingsley

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now The firm of Billingsley & Bailey was formed November 4, 1885, by S. A. Billingsley & T. G. Bailey. The senior member of firm is a native of Bledsoe County, Tenn., born October 31, 1856, and was reared in his native county. His father was a farmer. Our subject engaged in merchandising for two years at Spencer, Tennessee, before coming here. February 1884, he went to Mulberry and there engaged in teaching, being principal of the schools at that place until June 4, 1886, when he resigned. December 16, 1885, he married Jennie Sugg, of Cyruston, Lincoln Co., Tennessee. The father of Mr. Billingsley was a minister, and his grandfather was a member of the first Tennessee Legislature. The father of our subject died in 1878, and his mother is still living. Mr. Bailey, junior member of the firm, was born in the present limits of Moore County, and is a son of Thomas R. and Nancy M. (Edwards) Bailey, natives of North Carolina and Alabama respectively. The father was a farmer, and died April 4, 1884; the mother still survives. Mr. Bailey engaged as clerk in a store in Lynchburg, for two years, and then formed a partnership with T. H. Parks & Co., continuing with that firm until December, 1882. He held an interest...

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Jones, George – Obituary

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now George Jones, 71, a former resident of Baker City and Wallowa, died March 26, 2008, in Mulberry, Tenn. George lived in Baker City for 12 years, working at Brooklyn Elementary School as a custodian. He also lived in Wallowa for 25 years, when he worked for Bennett and Dixon logging company and for Wayne Wolfe Ranch. He and his wife, Winona, moved to Tennessee to be near their daughter. George is survived by his wife, Winona, a daughter, four sons and six grandchildren. Winona Jones can be contacted at 128 Cooper’s Branch Rd., Mulberry TN 37359. Wallowa County Chieftain – April 10,...

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